Verizon's Note 3 Earns Lollipop Update Today
Verizon Wireless said its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will begin to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop today. The over-the-air update will roll out to all users gradually. According to Verizon, seven of its handsets now run Lollipop, including the Motorola Moto X (2nd gen); Galaxy Note 4, S5, and Note 3; LG G2 and G3; and the HTC One M8.
Hands on with Samsung's Galaxy Note 4
Samsung today announced its latest Galaxy Note phablet. This year's iteration refines the design with a metal frame and the latest specs, including a quad-HD display, 2.7 GHz processor, and heart rate monitor.
Review: LG G3 for Sprint
The LG G3 is a solid device for Sprint customers to consider, and is among a growing number to offer Wi-Fi calling. Android smartphone enthusiasts would do well to read Phone Scoop's full report, which points out the phone's strengths and weaknesses.
Review: LG G3 for Verizon Wireless
The LG G3 is one of the company's finest efforts and a strong competitor against the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S5 and HTC's One (M8). LG's flagship Android phone makes significant strides in design, quality, and features.
Review: LG G2 for Verizon Wireless
The LG G2 is a flagship smartphone that is bristling with technology, but stumbles here and there getting it all to work. Here are our thoughts on the Verizon version, which is slightly different from the AT&T version.
Review: Motorola Moto X for Verizon Wireless
Motorola is back with a new version of its X, its top-of-the-line smartphone. The X is a better competitor than last year's device as far as features go and takes build quality to the next level.
LG G2 (Verizon)
5.2" display 1080 x 1920 pixels
Snapdragon 800 processor 2 GB RAM
3,000 mAh battery
NFC, Wireless Charging, Headphone Jack (3.5mm)
LG G3 (CDMA)
5.5" display 1440 x 2560 pixels
Snapdragon 801 processor 3 GB RAM
3,000 mAh battery
Wireless Charging, NFC, Headphone Jack (3.5mm), Memory Card Slot
It's A Sad Day
The at&t Note 3 isn't going to get Loillipop for several more months, if it ever does at all.